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Shawn Smith Shawn Smith, performing solo Background information Born October 28, 1965 (1965-10-28) (age 45) Spokane, Washington, USA Origin Seattle, Washington, USA Years active 1991— Labels Epic (Sony) & Redline Entertainment (Brad & Satchel) Sub Pop (Pigeonhed) 818 Music & Establishment Store Sound Vs. Silence/Gator Records[1] (solo albums) Associated acts Satchel Brad Pigeonhed The Diamond Hand From the North Forever Breakers Power of Wings related acts: Malfunkshun Pearl Jam Mother Love Bone Website Notable instruments singing, keyboards, guitar Shawn Smith (October 28, 1965)[2] is a Seattle-based songwriter, vocalist and musician in several bands (Brad, Satchel, Pigeonhed) and also as a solo artist. He was born in Spokane, Washington.[2] Smith has cited Freddie Mercury, Prince and KISS as early influences.[3] Other influences he has noted are Steven Tyler, Bon Scott, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Andy Wood and Chris Cornell.[4] It is easy to hear the impact of all of these varied performers in Smith's various projects. In 2005, Smith unveiled a musical project called The Diamond Hand involving many musicians. He also has worked with Thaddeus Turner (formerly of Maktub and many other projects including Brad) under the name Forever Breakers. From the North is Shawn's newest band with core members of Malfunkshun (Regan Hagar, Kevin Wood, Cory Kane) and the lyrics left by the late Andrew Wood. The band has also been billed as "Power of Wings" and "Von Nord" ("From the North" in German).[5] Hagar has since been replaced by Seattle drummer Mike Hommel.[citation needed] The band changed its name in July 2008 to All Hail the Crown and plans to release new music under this banner. [6] Contents 1 Solo discography 2 Television 3 References 4 External links // Solo discography Let It All Begin (1999) Live at the Point (2000) Shield of Thorns (2003) The Diamond Hand (2008) Television "Shake It (Like You Just Made Bail)," a song that remained unreleased until Shawn Smith made it available in digital format in 2007, was featured in the background of the cocaine scene of the "Proshai, Livushka" episode of The Sopranos (third season, 2001). "Leaving California" and "Wrapped in My Memory" from Smith's solo album Shield of Thorns were both featured prominently on the "Long Term Parking" episode of The Sopranos (fifth season, 2004). Yet another Shawn Smith related song has been featured on the show: Pigeonhed's "Battle Flag" appeared on the "46 Long" episode (first season, 1999) and was later included on The Sopranos: Peppers & Eggs: Music from the HBO Original Series. "Battle Flag" has also been featured in a season six episode of NBC's prime-time medical drama ER, season three episode eleven of Showtime's drama Queer as Folk US, as well as a season one episode of The WB's Smallville. It has also been featured in the film Coyote Ugly and the trailer for Charlie's Angels. References ^ ^ a b ArtistDirect bio of Shawn Smith ^ Australian Channel V radio interview ^ Interview with Robert Pally ^ interview with Kevin Wood ^ The Shawn Smith Collective External links OFFICIAL BRAD WEBSITE OFFICIAL SATCHEL WEBSITE Shawn Smith's Official Website From The North at MySpace The Diamond Hand at MySpace Forever Breakers at MySpace Persondata Name Smith, Shawn Alternative names Short description Musician (primarily a singer), member of the band Brad Date of birth October 28, 1965 Place of birth Spokane, Washington, USA Date of death Place of death v • d • e Shawn Smith Studio albums Let It All Begin · Shield of Thorns · The Diamond Hand Live albums Live at the Point Singles "Shake It (Like You Just Made Bail)" Related bands Pigeonhed · Satchel · Malfunkshun